“My hope is that they’ll become ambassadors for a healthier way to look at water.”
Solving the problem of homelessness is complicated for any community, but a nonprofit in Montrose County, Colorado, seems to be having some success.
Advocates say home energy upgrades boost quality of life, promote climate resilience and save on the costs of housing. So why isn’t everyone doing it?
The effort is attempting to maintain a substantial local workforce in a community struggling with housing and labor shortages.
A new nonprofit is trying to capitalize on record-breaking real estate activity in Jackson Hole and invest in affordable housing projects.
Elected officials in Crested Butte and Jackson are among Mountain West residents monitoring early signs of Vancouver’s success.
A successful citizen’s initiative ballot measure is raising money for Telluride, Colorado, to offset building and maintenance costs of affordable housing projects.
Lucas Brady Woods of partner station KSJD reports on a rural housing crisis similar to those being faced across the Mountain West.
As the demand to live in the Mountain West continues to explode, the housing crunch for local workers is more dire than ever. One program is trying to reverse that trend.